The ‘Pixelated camouflage samples’ are the result of a small experiment around the word ‘pixel’. Inspired by the pixel camouflages found on various military hardware today, I came up with an idea of ‘colour samples’ showing camouflage patterns derived from various camouflages used during the Second World War and other periods of time.

After making a selection of camouflages and researching the colour tones I recreated and bundled them together like a set of samples which are often found on the many desks of graphic design professionals today. Each sample features a small footnote on the bottom of card, stating where the camouflage was derived from.


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